Just with every past Apple keynote, Tim Cook began Tuesday's Let's talk iPhone event by discussing numbers for devices sold, apps downloaded, percent market share, etc. Let's take a look at those numbers:
Usually I get the one word editorials around here, but this time it's my podcast co-host, Seth Clifford who's grown tired of miss-set expectations, of media hype and backlash, and for the reality distortion field that no longer comes from Apple, but is directed at Apple.
Georgia, Seth, and Rene discuss Apple's Let's Talk iPhone event, what it means for iPad, and our predictions. Plus, Amazon Kindle Fire and Samsung offering a settlement, top 5 RSS apps and our picks of the week. This is iPad Live!
iMore has heard that, instead of the widely rumored iPhone 5 with a bigger screen and all new casing design, Apple will instead be releasing an iPhone 4S -- that name and the same basic design as the current Verizon iPhone, with an Apple A5 dual core processor like the iPad 2, an 8 megapixel rear camera and perhaps some extra RAM to really let it fly.
Rene, Georgia, and Seth talk the Oct. 4 iPhone event, iPhone 5 vs. iPhone 4GS, iOS Assistant, case leaks, curved glass for iPhone 6, and the competition Galaxy S II, Windows Phone Mango, and webOS Pre3. This is iPhone Live!
Jim Dalrymple of the The Loop got one of the shiny invites Apple is sending out for their "Let's talk iPhone" event to be held, as rumored, on October 4.
Apple on Tuesday officially announced its iPhone 5 launch event. According to the invitation received by The Loop, the event will be held on October 4 at Apple’s Cupertino, Calif. campus. The event will begin at 10:00 am PT.